Photographed in September 2018 at Adelaide's Concours de Lemons
The Citroen DS Series cars were built from 1955 until 1975, with a total of 1,455,746 produced.
The futuristic design, advanced aerodynamics and innovative technology attracted the publics attention immediately, and the DS soon gained a reputation for having exceptional ride quality (due to the self-levelling pneumatic suspension), handling and braking.
The DS was the first mass production car fitted with disc brakes.
The DS21 had a 2,175cc inline 4 cylinder engine.